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Cédric Durand joins Long Reads for a conversation about global capitalism and the pandemic. Cédric is a French economist who teaches at the University of Geneva, and the author of Fictitious Capital: How Finance Is Appropriating Our Future. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and hist…
 
The year's final episode returns to its roots by talking NBA: the league's handling of the Omicron outbreak, Jonah's ironic sympathy for the Lakers' struggles (one he does not extend to Manchester United's), the surprises in this year's standings and the hosts wondering what they'd if certain celebrities—alive and dead, sports-related and not—turne…
 
¿Te has creído que España es diferente en cuanto a su historia territorial, diversidad lingüística o, incluso, a su supuestamente tardía composición nacional? ¡Quédate hasta el final del vídeo! La Francia plurinacional, por Andy Fernández. Vídeo original en el canal de Aventuras con Clío: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC8VmCkFFF_C7y37gKJppOg Bib…
 
Historian Gabriel Winant discusses The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust Belt America. It's a fascinating study of the emergence of the service sector and a new working class out of the wreckage of deindustrialization through the story of the rise and fall of unionized steel in Pittsburgh and its replacement by a …
 
Chapo Trap House’s Amber A’Lee Frost and Jacobin contributor Danny Bessner investigate whether the Democrats are losing on purpose. Ross Barkan discusses New York mayor Eric Adams’s unlikely coalition of black working-class voters and wealthy developers, and Jen Pan debunks blue-state racecraft. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on cla…
 
To mark a very special milestone, we decided to reach back to early in the podcast's history and revisit MICHAEL MOORE HATES AMERICA (2004). Mimicking Moore's own filmmaking style, this amateurish documentary sees a conservative man go on a cross-country journey to land and interview with Michael himself. We discuss why this piece of right-wing kit…
 
Suzi talks to Warren Montag about the danger of the organized and armed far right. He argues in "The Necessity of Taking Back the Streets" in the journal Spectre that the left has not recognized the danger of the far right, and has been outflanked by the right’s strategic advance politically, electorally, and militarily. Warren sees the January 6, …
 
No se ha derogado nada. A la reforma laboral de 2012 le han puesto un poco de maquillaje. Hay mucho intelectual orgánico que está en silencio, que no le conviene decir nada porque como quien está en el gobierno es la "izquierda" hay que seguir con la propaganda. El Jacobino va a seguir siendo serio en sus análisis y en su defensa de los derechos la…
 
Everyone feels bad right now because conditions are awful and the outlook is bleak. What is going on, and where might things be headed? How might we become unstuck from this interregnum? Dan interviews returning guests Aziz Rana, Nikhil Pal Singh, and Wendy Brown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week, we speak with Alex Han, executive editor of Organizing Upgrade about a recent conversation he moderated between an Amazon activist named Howard and Wade Rathke, chief organizer of ACORN in the U.S. from 1970 – 2008. The discussion focuses on the successes and failures of organizing during the era in which Walmart was the ascendant force …
 
In 1985, a group of plucky renegades banded together to take on the political culture in the Democratic Party—demolishing Jesse Jackson's "Rainbow Coalition" to create a coalition that could win elections. That's the thesis of CRASHING THE PARTY (2016), a hagiographic documentary that chronicles the rise of the centrist Democratic Leadership Counci…
 
Guillermo del Valle entrevista al Catedrático de Economía Aplicada Juan Torres a raíz de su libro "Econofakes". Además, Juan Torres es miembro de el Consejo Científico de ATTAC España, un movimiento internacional altermundialista que promueve el control democrático de los mercados financieros y las instituciones encargadas de su control. Junto a Vi…
 
Doug speaks with Antonia Mardones Marshall on the recent presidential election and its winner, Gabriel Boric. Plus: Antonia Atria, in an interview from October 2020, on that country's constitutional referendum. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the …
 
Suzi talks to Pablo Abufom in Chile about Gabriel Boric’s impressive landslide victory in the second round of Chile’s Presidential election held December 19. Boric, a 35 year old former student leader from the Apruebo Dignidad (I Approve Dignity) coalition, decisively defeated the first round winner, Jose Antonio Kast, the ultra-right admirer of Pi…
 
Marc Luque entrevista a la Presidenta de la Asamblea por la Escuela Bilingüe, Ana Losada, a raíz del acoso del independentismo al niño de Canet de Mar. ¿Es la lengua un arma? ¿Es la inmersión lingüística un éxito? ¿Qué dicen la izquierda y los sindicatos del derecho a escolarizar a los hijos en la lengua común?…
 
Catherine Liu, professor at University of California, Irvine, joins The Jacobin Show to discuss the rise of elite liberalism and the professional class. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebuilding a left labor movement in the US. This…
 
Episode two of our two-part series on cryptocurrency: political theorist Stefan Eich on how crypto fits into Hayek's old neoliberal dream of private money and why that vision emerged in a new form in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Read Stefan's article: static1.squarespace.com/static/5ae8a7b625bf02c0b85aec02/t/5c923c13eef1a1ce843836ff/15530…
 
For months we've been immersing ourselves in such Intellectual Property soups as Ready Player One, Space Jam: A New Legacy, and The Simpsons in Plusaversary, so we felt it was time to examine the animated hit that helped birth this new phenomenon: THE LEGO MOVIE (2014). PLUS: the return of COVID, a bad week for the Democrats, and the actual, honest…
 
Economist Richard Wolff joins Weekends to explain why Congressional partisan battles are like professional wrestling and why global capitalism continues to experience crisis after crisis. Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political strategy. This is the podcast version of …
 
Mark Schindler and Crina Mustafa join and discuss being a fan of a team/sport while also covering them. Is it best to keep those sides separate, or have standards changed to where the fan/worker duality is acceptable, even beneficial? How is the culture of fans in New York City different from Toronto; how is that different from Cleveland or Indiana…
 
Michael Vann joins Long Reads for a conversation about Indonesia’s turbulent past and present. Michael is a professor of history at Sacramento State University. He specializes in the history of Southeast Asia. This is the second part of a two-part interview. The previous Long Reads episode covers events leading up to Suharto’s coup in the 1960s. Lo…
 
Edward Ongweso Jr. and Jacob Silverman on cryptocurrency, NFTs, Elon Musk, the metaverse, meme stocks, and techno-utopianism amid the crushing reality of our neoliberal hellscape. The first in a two-episode series on crypto. Read Dan's new essay on border control politics: nplusonemag.com/online-only/online-only/border-crises/ See acast.com/privacy…
 
Labor organizer and writer Jane McAlevey discusses the strike wave, the Great Resignation, and the union-busting efforts of the past year and looks at where the labor movement might go in 2022 and beyond. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects…
 
Jacobin columnist Liza Featherstone joins Weekends to discuss how deindustrialization and stagnant wages have affected working-class men, and how right-wing politicians and pundits like Josh Hawley and Tucker Carlson have exploited this group’s downward mobility to sound the alarm over a “crisis of masculinity.” Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nand…
 
For 78 days in 1990, a group of Mohawk protestors withstood a siege from the Canadian armed forces. The root of the conflict? A town in Quebec sought to take over their land to expand a golf course. The Oka Crisis is the subject of Alanis Obomsawin's acclaimed documentary KANEHSATAKE: 270 YEARS OF RESISTANCE (1993), which offers us an opportunity t…
 
Suzi talks with John Logan about the unionization victory at Starbucks in Buffalo, and the continuing Kellogg Co. strike: workers rejected the agreement and Kellogg's said it will permanently replace the workforce. Since that announcement, Kellogg's has been flooded with bogus job applications. John's most recent piece on the Starbucks victory appe…
 
Michael Vann joins Long Reads for a special, two-part conversation about Indonesia’s turbulent past and present. Michael is a professor of history at Sacramento State University who specializes in the history of Southeast Asia. Today’s episode covers the events leading up to the coup in the 1960s, when General Suharto seized power and slaughtered t…
 
Touré Reed and Adolph Reed discuss their new article in Socialist Register, how the project of racial justice became unmoored from political economy in the postwar era, and how this disconnect continues to shape our understandings of race and inequality today. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-firs…
 
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